Food Science and Nutrition Club

About

Founded in 1972, The Food Science and Nutrition Club at the University of Minnesota is a rare blend of graduate and undergraduate food science and nutrition students.  The club strives to provide educational and social activities that enhance personal and academic development, connect students with industry members, and promote community volunteerism. Our group is affiliated with the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) and works on various IFT Student Association (IFTSA) activities including product development teams and college bowl.

Mission

The object of the Food Science and Nutrition Club at the University of Minnesota is to develop a strong community of young professionals interested in advancing a healthy, sustainable, flavorful and connected world through student teams of global food research projects, discussions with innovative professionals, and service to a growing world.

2016-2017 Executive Board

President: Billy Kalil

Vice president: Griffin Buell

Treasurer: Brad Yentzer

Secretary: Emma Bradt

Fundraising Chair: Makiya Amin

Social Outreach Chair: Lucy Hansen

Meetings

Meetings for the 2016 fall semester will take place on Thursday evenings from 6:00pm-7:00pm in Room 23 of the Food Science and Nutrition Building on the St. Paul Campus. Check signs posted around the FSCN building for specific dates and topics.

Useful Links

Food Science and Nutrition Club on Facebook

Minnesota IFT

National IFT